Lawyers hired to compensate victims of General Motors’ faulty ignition switches have rejected 91 percent of the claims submitted.
Matthew Bradley will serve prison time for concealing the death of his daughter, 4-month-old Natallya Rich.
A Howard Township employee accused of embezzling from the community is off the job.
A new EPIC-MRA poll asked who Michigan voters would chose if the presidential election was held immediately.
Sensors and cameras on roads near Detroit will be able to provide construction, traffic and weather updates to motorists.
Gov. Rick Snyder promoted opportunities in Michigan for Chinese tourists during a visit to the Great Wall in China.
A Detroit-area woman accused of giving birth at work and hiding the boy in a plastic bag in a desk drawer has been ordered to stand trial.
The Newaygo County administrator who was arrested on a drunk driving charge in July has resigned.
Efforts by the state Department of Natural Resources to manage chronic wasting disease in deer will be presented during a town hall meeting.
A Native American tribe is suing Gov. Rick Snyder for jurisdiction over a stretch of land in the northern part of the Mitten.
The U.S. Coast Guard says it has suspended a search for a man who apparently jumped off a freighter into Lake Michigan.
An investigation into the state representatives yielded “troubling evidence of misconduct,” the speaker of the House says.
August and September are historically poor months for the stock market, financial experts say.
A man who is behind bars for prostituting teenagers may get a reduced sentence because of his testimony in a cold case murder trial.
Funeral services were held in Detroit for a woman who was believed to be the oldest U.S. veteran at the time of her death.
Two Detroit-area nurses whose lawsuit erased Michigan’s ban on gay marriage are expected to exchange vows.